Falcon 21: the power bank you can bank on!

How many times have you felt the need for a charging station while you are on the go, and running low on battery? Fancy owning a power bank that never discharges, and runs on an inexhaustible source of power? Falcon 21 is the perfect gadget for you. Solution Bar from Sharaf DG brings to you, a unique power bank that relies on solar power to charge its cells and can be used as a portable charger for your smartphone, tablet, laptop and several other devices.

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Made from highly durable material, the Falcon 21 is a power bank in a foldable kit with approximate dimensions of 15.7 x 28 cm when folded. Weighing at just 470 gms, this device has been tested in harsh conditions and is robust enough to endure in environments like deserts, mountains, remote areas or even natural disaster zones, wherever you get sufficient sunlight.

Not only is the technology capable of withstanding extreme natural settings, it is also totally environment-friendly, renewable and highly efficient. Its mono-crystalline cells from SunPower™ provide 25 to 30% more power compared to conventional cells. The solar panel is given an IPX4 rating, which means it is resistant to water splashes for up to 5 minutes. The kit comes with provisions for attaching it to backpacks, tents, bike panniers etc.

Thanks to Falcon 21, you can now bank on its charging power for your next trek, adventure trip or safari where you can charge your phones and cameras conveniently on-the-go. This award-winning PowerTraveller portable charger makes sure that you no longer have to worry about finding charging stations while you are on the move. You can charge up to 2 devices at a time, and never worry about the power bank running out of battery because you can always recharge it in the sun.

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